Our governors work hard to fulfil their responsibilities to parents, children and staff. They are fully informed of all aspects of school life and actively promote high standards of care and achievement.
Wellington governors have a wide range of experience, skills and abilities. We are able to draw on the expertise of the
parent population as well as commercial communities.
The governing body has many collective responsibilities. Its main priority is to oversee the education of the children; it works with the head teacher to ensure the school is healthy and effective. Governors are drawn from four areas, elected parents and teachers, local education authority nominees and people co-opted from the local community.
The full governing body meets once a term. Parents who give prior notification may attend as observers, unless the governing body rules otherwise.
Sub committees meet regularly and report back to the full governing body.
These sub committees include:
See also:Governor Code of Conduct